Kelly female dating herpes

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More likely than not, they are happy because they individually know who they are: their strengths and weaknesses.

Genital herpes gives us a unique opportunity to really practice and learn radical self love and this starts with two simple words…

She has a doctorate from Parker University in Dallas, TX and holds a BA in Psychology with a minor in Biology from the University of Colorado. Kelly is the author of the new book, Live, Love and Thrive with Herpes- A Holistic Guide for Women and has become known as the Herpes Wellness Expert.

She founded a successful wellness center in Boulder, CO, focusing on personal transformation through chiropractic, nutrition, and energy medicine.

Up to this point, drugs and scams were the only option available for women, but now women have a choice. Women need strong role models, so that they don’t feel like lepers when they are diagnosed with this common infection.

I work with women everyday and I can now recommend a book that could literally save their lives.” “Dr.

I was not sexually active until college and even then, once we had “the talk” (which meant that we both came up negative for STI’s) we were in the clear. I had escaped 8 feet of snow from the Annapurna base camp, with avalanches all around me, but I had not escaped the inescapable herpes that my traveling partner had given to me.

I truly trusted the few men that I was ever with and I was the kind of woman who would date the same guy for several years. I was more fearful of an unplanned pregnancy getting in the way of my career than I was of acquiring an STI. I harkened back to the time I spent meditating while high in the Himalayas.

She serves as the Educational Coordinator and Vice President for the nonprofit, the Colorado H Club, and in 2010 founded the Expression Of Life Foundation to provide education and support to women around the world to live, love and thrive with herpes. Kelly and her husband, Richard Schuh, live a vibrant, healthy life in the spectacular mountains of Boulder, CO and are the proud parents of their daughter Madeline, known as the Happiest Baby in the World.

I would imagine what our lives would be like, where we would live, what activities we would enjoy together etc… I wanted to know that even if I never met someone, I could totally love and accept myself for who I was.

How could I expect someone else to love me unconditionally, if I didn’t love myself! I am living proof that there is a love life after a diagnosis of genital herpes. After I really learned to love my own company and I was able to release and surrender to the great mystery of life, my now husband came into my life. I even bought myself a ring to signify my wholeness and completeness despite my not having met my man yet.

Now that Valentine’s Day is over, you can stop thinking about your loneliness and victimhood and start thinking about all the reasons why you are an awesome catch!

At the time, I was single and I wanted so much to find that perfect guy. At the time, I thought it would be a deal breaker, so I decided to turn inward and “date myself.” What do I mean by this? Going to the movies, out to dinner, to art shows, skiing, candlelit baths… If it lit me up, I would make it a point every week to do at least one thing that I totally loved… It wasn’t that I didn’t have any friends, but I wanted to remind myself of what I loved about life and what made my heart sing.

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